Monthly Archives: April 2016

Real-time thirsty

Imagine you’re running a coffee shop — not the kind you find in Amsterdam, but one where they actually serve coffee. Your customers are generally in a hurry, so they just want to get a cup of coffee, pay and … Continue reading

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Setting up Cygwin for X forwarding

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Shutting down servers

I used to have a server with five operating systems, running in VMs, merrily humming away compiling whatever I coded. I say “used to have” because I shut it down a few weeks ago. Now, I have those same operating … Continue reading

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